In regard to Bush's Kosovo intervention: Serbia's foreign minister urged members of the Organization for Security and Cooperation to condemn Kosovo's declaration of independence and vowed Tuesday that the nascent nation would remain a part of Serbia."We call on this body to condemn the unilateral and illegal declaration of independence by the authorities in Pristina from the Republic of Serbia by reaffirming the OSCE's basic principles and values," Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic said. Jeremic also appeared to lash out at countries who choose to recognize Kosovo.
"History will judge those who have chosen to trample the bedrock of the international system, and on the principles upon which security and cooperation in Europe have been established," he said. By declaring independence unilaterally, Kosovo contravened international agreements, including the U.N. Charter, Jeremic said. "If this violation of the very nature of the international system is not wrong, then nothing is wrong," he said, acknowledging that some countries had chosen to ignore "this universal truth."
Kosovo's declaration of independence on Sunday came after two years of fruitless talks between Serbian and ethnic Albanian leaders. "The Republic of Serbia did not consent, has not consented, will not consent. For Kosovo and Metohija shall remain part of Serbia forever," Jeremic told the OSCE. Speaking to reporters later, Jeremic added that any kind of compensation offer for the loss of Kosovo was nothing but an "extremely indecent proposal." "There's absolutely no way that Serbia would be prepared to exchange Kosovo for anything," including EU membership, Jeremic said. Serbia considers Kosovo its historic and religious heartland. While it is willing to agree to wide autonomy for Kosovo, it refuses to give it up entirely. Jeremic warned that countries or organizations that recognize Kosovo would have to face the consequences. Serbia in no uncertain terms condemns Kosovo Independence
Bush doesn't care if China, Russia and others warn of disrupting Global order. That is his goal! Superpower Divide Over Kosovo Widens
Meanwhile Bush again smugly and purposely looks for world war and ignores Russia's warnings of destroying world order
At the same time President Pervez Musharraf’s leading opponents urged him to resign today as they jockeyed for position in a new coalition government after winning parliamentary elections that dramatically altered Pakistan’s political landscape (write Jeremy Page in Lahore and Zahid Hussain in Islamabad). But the former General, who seized power in a coup in 1999, refused to quit despite unofficial election results showing that the Pakistan Muslim League (Q), his political support base, had lost all but 38 of its 118 seats in parliament. Musharraf will bring down his country too
Bush will not quit as he has the entire world in turmoil and it is just beginning. He will soon have more than enough cause to Declare martial order to control us and fight his future wars! We must come together if we are to save our country. Towards that end I want you to read below the fold what is coming up to educate the people as to what Bush is getting ready to do and you can put in your two cents.